Explore the world with reliable navigation at your fingertips
Rugged, waterproof design with push buttons and anti-glare 2.6 "color screen
Detect your position with a highly sensitive receiver, Quad Helix antenna, Multi-GNSS support (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) and 3-axis compass with barometric altimeter available on GPSMAP 64sx models
Wireless connectivity via Bluetooth® and ANT + ® technology available on GPSMAP 64sx models
Battery life: up to 16 hours in GPS mode
Take on your next adventure with the GPSMAP 64sx series portable navigator Whether hiking, biking, geocaching or climbing, you are free to explore any place in the world with Garmin's advanced navigation features. Now the series also offers Multi-GNSS support.
Your location even more precise
With the Quad Helix antenna, the high sensitivity receiver and multiple global navigation systems (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo), the GPSMAP 64sx series locates your position quickly and precisely ensuring, even in the most remote places, incredible accuracy than using the GPS system alone.
With 8GB of onboard memory and a microSD ™ card slot for expandable storage, you can conveniently download far more map content.
The GPSMAP 64sx series also supports BirdsEye Satellite Imagery (subscription required) which allows you to upload satellite images and integrate them with maps.
GPSMAP 64sx handheld devices allow you to share waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches over the wireless network with other compatible devices. Your friends will be able to use your excursions or caches without having to wait for you to connect to the computer; simply press "send" to transfer the information to another Garmin handheld device.
With smart notifications, you can wirelessly receive emails, text messages and alerts from your compatible device. Stay connected without having to rummage through your backpack to find your smartphone.
The GPSMAP 64sx series includes electronic geocaching. Upload GPX files directly to your device and view important information, such as location, terrain and tips from Geocaching.com.